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Vitamins For Bags Under The Eyes
Bags under eyes: Have many origins: allergies, lack of sleep, heredity, & even vitamin deficiencies like vitamins c, e, k. Study using these vitamins in retinol-containing gel showed lightening of dark bags as well as decrease in fine wrinkles. Also effective are cucumber/potato slices, parsley frozen in ice cubes, cold compresses made with rosemary tea. ...Read more
I have slight bags under eyes same colour as skin I put vitamin E 400iu on face every night what can do I get plenty on sleep and water what can I do?
Get a physical exam: Bags under the eyes at your age is unusual when you are getting adequate sleep. Keep the vitamin E away from the eyes. Do you have allergies? This can cause it. There are more serious causes so I would recommend you have a general physical exam. Be sure to tell the doctor about the baggy eyelids. ...Read more
How to get rid of black bags and puffiness under eyes? I get plenty of sleep each week. Lack of vitamins? Is there a topical cream I can try?
Cheap fix: Short of plastic surgery or filler injections: I suggest a thin layer of Preparation- H AM/PM- must astringests will help and you can consult a cosmetologist. ...Read more
Dark circles: Dark circles under the eyes are known as allergic shiners and vitamink will not cure the condition. See your doctor or an allergist for help. ...Read more
Expert opinions? Which vitamin (s) deficiency can cause watering eyes (excessive tears), especially when wake up?
You can't: This doesn't mean you need to be taking vitamins; it means your eyes (and most other organ systems) won't function without them. For most vitamins (d is the exception), the best source is not a vitamin pill, but a really good diet. For good health, eyes included, eat lots of different fruits, vegetables, whole grains, etc. For eyes specifically, veggies with vitamin a are particularly helpful. ...Read more
Doubt it: There are a number of nutraceutical preparations of vitamin E out there for use in the eye, but I would not use them. I seriously doubt they have been adequately tested for long term effects. You would likely be better off taking vitamin E pills (by mouth, not in your eye) to increase your overall antioxidant levels. ...Read more
Eye fatigue: There are no vitamins which will help your symptoms. You should try giving your eyes a break from the computer for a few minutes every half an hour. In addition, try using some artificial tears in your eyes while you are on the computer. That will also help makes your eyes feel better. ...Read more
I would like to find out how to brighten eyes with stuff like vitamins or eye exercises. Any help?
Unfortunately: Neither eye exercises or vitamins will help. ...Read more
I took my first ergocal last night that dr prescribed due to low vitamin d and I woke up with dark swollen circles under my eyes, is this normal?
Stress related: You may be worrying too much and not sleeping well ergocal won't cause dark circles under your eyes but stress, anxiety depression and even hormonal changes can try to relax and prepare for a good nights sleep, make sure your room is completely dark, no night lights or curtain cracks often helps, talk with your Doc about these other issues to see what help can be provided and please don't worry! ...Read more
Are there vitamin supplements (to help vision) recommended for people with normal eyes, at certain ages; or are the advertised supplements unproven?
Supplements: Certain vitamin supplements have been proven to help with certain conditions of the eyes. There are several published studies that show this. Certain conditions respond to certain vitamin and supplement treatments. There is a large body of evidence in many areas to show help. ...Read more
Many: Vitamins are essential and important for metabolism and overall health. Vitamins a, e, c and zinc are associated with lower risk of macular degeneration. Taking b vitamins lowers your risk of certain types of heart disease and stroke. Be careful about taking hyper doses of vitamins a, e, d and k as these fat-soluble vitamins can accumulate in your system. Omega 3 fatty acids also improve tears. ...Read more
Improve them how?: AREDS is a brand/type of multivitamin that's been shown to lower risk of macular degeneration progression. Whether it'll prevent development is still debated. While we need vitamin A for eye health, excess is bad for our health. Think Goldilocks: not too hot/cold. In general, eat right, exercise regularly & get enough sleep is best approach rather than taking supplements to cover lifestyle errors. ...Read more
None: Unfortunately vitamins will not change the appearance of the skin under your eyes. The most common cause of dark rings under the eyes are allergies. The appearance comes from the venous complex just under the skin in the lower orbit. ...Read more
I've always heard that carrots were good for the eyes. Do you know of other things, or is it mainly vitamin a?
Many things: Vitamin a (found in carrots) is one of many chemicals needed and used by the eyes. Interestingly, most amereicans actually do get enough vitamins and minerals to maintain the health of their eyes, and supplements have not been shown to improve vision. Vitamins a, e, c, zinc, and possibly lutein have been shown to decrease the risk of macular degeneration in those at risk. ...Read more
I am a 31 year old woman. My eyes always look tired and my hair is thining out. Am I defficient in anything? What food or vitamin do I need more?
Endocrine tests: It is difficult to know without a detailed history, physical examination and lab tests. However, one issue to exclude is low thyroid function. Please see your doctor for a blood test and other evaluation. ...Read more
Hello my daughter has been known to have shadows under her eyes. Is it hereditary? She is almost 4 how do I get rid of them? His she lacking or in need of some type of vitamin?
Vitamin A ointment: Vitamin a ointment is only indicated for vitamin a deficiency issues or conjunctival keratinization. It is not for dry eye treatment outside of these issues. When it is indicated, I order it from leiter's pharmacy in california. ...Read more
Can you tell me what you suggest if pure vitamin E gets in your eyes, would it be healthy acetate not an oil?
I have a friend that lives in Trinidad and the white of her eyes are brownish and veiny. Should she be concerned? Is this a vitamin deficiency?
Nystagmus: If the eyes jump when you look to the extreme right or left, that can be normal. If they jump up or down, this is not normal and generally represents a neurologic disease. With congenital poor vision, a searching type nystagmus can develop. If it is a new onset, you should seek medical attention as a stroke can cause it or a neurologic disease. ...Read more
Lutein and zeaxanthin support your eyes, filtering this high-energy blue light…and protecting against oxidative stress. Here's a link for more info but be sure to see your eye doctor as well.
https://www. Drwhitaker. Com/vision-essentials-gold-30-day-supply? Key=216223&gclid=CNzB09y6jdQCFVhZhgod4LYADg ...Read more
Eye vitamins: Ocuvites are eye vitamins that help prevent macula degeneration. They contain many of the vitamins that are important in maintaining the health of the eyes. They are great vitamins. ...Read more
The answers I get are not helpful enough, I said why only when I eat something I get better of my eyes, there must be vitamins problem or wh the prb?
Need more info: I'm sorry but I can't answer your question with the given information. It is unlikely that a vitamin deficiency would cause your vision to improve rapidly if you eat the right foods. I think you should seek an evaluation from an eye care professional so they can fully evaluate your history, symptoms, and physical exam. ...Read more
What vitamins do I need to take and what actions can I do to help my hay fever? My eyes are itching like crazy.
Wrong Tx: Anna, vitamins won't treat your environmental allergies. ...Read more
Toddler is always pale with dark eyes. She sleeps for min of 12hours a night. She has vitamins daily and fairly balanced diet. Gets tired alot.?
See your doctor: It might not be serious, but fatigue in a toddler can be a sign of a serious problem. She needs to be evaluated. ...Read more
I have gilbert's syndrome. Noticed milk thistle made it worst (eyes) so stopping. I have multi vitamins. Can I take? What vitamins to avoid during gs?
Hey man!: You need a good relationship with a sensible, reality-based physician. Gilbert's is a non-disease and taking milk thistle -- a "pop" remedy for "liver disease" that has failed most but not all scientific studies -- was a waste of your money and health. An economical daily vitamin-and-mineral mix that's not over-heavy on a is a good choice. And enjoying your body ; sexuality is not a health problem. ...Read more
Can you get hypopigmentation from vitamin c? If so, will it fade? I used an eye moisturezer with vitamin c and am now noticing hypopigm under my eyes
Vitamin C: Unlikely to be the cause of your concern. Have your doctor refer you to a hair specialist. ...Read more
What would be the cause of unclear eyes.? I mean the appearance is not that very clear., what vitamins can you advice?
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